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post #6796 of 11666
Looks great. I have a RAF PoW on the way!
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I'm waiting for mine to ship with the Mistral. *sigh*
post #6798 of 11666
Same, but mistral is a nice fabric
post #6799 of 11666
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Originally Posted by Grammaton Cleric View Post

Looks great. I have a RAF PoW on the way!
Sweet. Been wanting too see what this looks like. Suppose to be similar to the Brisa POW.
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Last fitting for my John Molloy donegal jacket. I will post some real photos after it is finished.
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Half belt in the back?

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Half belt in the back?
Plus a center pleat which is not visible in the picture.
post #6803 of 11666
Nice
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New suit made with vintage '70s/'80s mohair and Dupioni silk blend fabric by John H.Graham of England:



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New suit made with vintage '70s/'80s mohair and Dupioni silk blend fabric by John H.Graham of England:




No doubt LK is one of the inspirational member in the forum. Absolutely in love with the fabric.
post #6806 of 11666
Any suggestions for a camel hair in a lighter shade?
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I have a W. Bill camel hair Ulster and am very happy w/ it. They have a fairly comprehensive range of colors / shades.
post #6808 of 11666
Harrisons has some lighter shades in a camel hair/wool blend too. But W Bill has quite an extensive collection in varying shades.

There's another lesser known Scottish weaver who weaves overcoat fabrics and I distinctly recall seeing lighter shades in camel colour. Isn't one of those large merchants, but produces very good stuff nonetheless, and there are cards of swatches at quite a number of good English tailors. Reasonably priced too. Name eludes me now, but I'll update when it comes back.
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Anybody has any idea whom might have woven this fabric? Or what accounts for the slubby texture?

Looks like linen?

post #6810 of 11666
Looks like a mixture of linen and silk to me.And I know Drapers has a book that has something similar
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